1) Without looking at a calendar, within a minute name a boy's name using 5 consecutive 1st letters of 5 consecutive months.
2) My first is a number, my second another, And each, I assure you, will rhyme with the other. My first you will find is one-fifth of my second, And truely my whole a long period reckoned. Yet my first and my second, (nay, think not I cozen), When added together will make but two dozen. How many am I?
3) A man took his horse to the emergency room. The vet decided to operate on the poor animal immediately. He told the man that whether the animal died during the operation or survived, he would charge $500. The horse did not survive the operation and the man did not pay anything. Why not?
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ANSWERS: 1) July August September October November (JASON) 2) Four Score 3) The horse died before the operation began.
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